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Can a Landlord Deny an ESA

Can a Landlord Deny an ESA?

No, they cannot. You are protected under the Federal Fair Housing Act (FHA) if you have a disability that hinders your ability to perform everyday life activities. If you require an emotional support animal to make your life easier, your landlord cannot refuse you as a tenant simply because they don’t allow pets. An ESA  Read More…

Can I Have Two Emotional Support Animals

Can I Have Two Emotional Support Animals?

Yes, you can. Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), law allows people diagnosed with a psychological condition to have more than one emotional support animal.

How Much Does It Cost to Have Your Dog Become a Therapy Dog

How Much Does It Cost to Have Your Dog Become a Therapy Dog?

Group classes with an experienced trainer typically cost between $150 and $250 per hour, while one-on-one courses are more expensive. The total cost of training in the first year usually ranges from $3,000 to $40,000. If you do not have a dog, it is a good idea to get a puppy from a reputable service  Read More…

How Much Is to Certify a Therapy Dog

How Much Is to Certify a Therapy Dog?

If you want to certify your pet to become a psychiatric service dog, the first thing you need to do is a character test to determine whether your pet is the right candidate for a service dog. Such test typically costs between $300 and $400. If your dog needs to undergo thorough training, this could  Read More…

How Much Are Therapy Dogs for Anxiety

How Much Are Therapy Dogs for Anxiety?

If you have anxiety, you can get an ESA prescription from a licensed health care professional that will designate your pet as an emotional support animal. However, there is a difference between emotional support animals and service animals (dogs). Emotional support animals don’t undergo training to perform specific tasks; they reduce anxiety symptoms only with  Read More…